Red velvet drapes cover the windows of this room. An exquisite mahogany desk and a matching high-back chair face the entrance and the fireplace, above which hangs a framed picture of a windmill perched atop a rocky crag. Situated in corners of the room are two overstuﬀed chairs. Floor-to-ceiling bookshelves line the east wall. A rolling wooden ladder allows one to more easily reach the high shelves.
Contents & Furnishings
Song for Elizabeth. Next to that is a hastily written note, slightly burnt that reads:
Bulwarton's words can open the wayThe desk drawer is empty except for an iron key.
Bookshelves hold hundreds of tomes covering a range of topics including history, warfare and alchemy. There are several first edition books of poetry and fiction.